That's good to know. I watched episode five earlier today and was wondering where the show was headed after the final scene which seemed to finish up matters. I like the idea of the show taking enough time to tell a story properly and not being constrained by the dynamics of show seasons (within reason, of course.)To Hanson's point, the latest episode marked the end of the first novel (which are all awesome). I think it's interesting that the first season didn't end at the first book, and the second season is--apparently--looking to start the second book part-way through (and not exactly half-way, either). Perhaps that's evidence that unlike other adaptations, the showrunners are simply "spending" how ever many episodes are needed to tell the story. If this is the case, it's quite refreshing.
I'm about to start on the books soon myself. I remain hopeful that someone can be found to bankroll and distribute future seasons - lord knows it's a lower risk than a new untested title. I still wonder why Netflix passed - I can only assume it has to do with their desire to own all rights, instead of sharing the proceeds with Alcon.S3 is racing forward. And after the events of this week's episode, it's all the more dismaying that S3 is it.
I'll be starting the books later this year.UNN Agatha King is overtaken.
Liftoff from Venus!